Also, maybe you want to rethink repeating stats Robin Morgan made up, you know, considering she’s a raging transmisogynist.
And Harvard Business review finds American women controlling 51.3% of American wealth, which assuming that Canada, Britain, France, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark are all misogynistic hellholes where women (and really, we mean ciswomen as your use of Morganite bullshit demonstrates) are barred from owning any and all property, that still leaves about 11% of the world’s wealth controlled by American women alone.
Um WOW there is a whole lot of bs in that post. Just...wow. I cannot understand people that believe that those with disabilities are less valuable as people. I mean, I think that OP is a horrible, selfish piece of trash, but I still think he/she has a right to live.
I’m sorry, but if you believe in killing human beings who’ve done nothing wrong in order to clean up the gene pool, I don’t care what else we might agree or disagree on. You and your opinions disgust me, and I want nothing. To. Do with you.
we teach girls to shrink themselves. to make themselves smaller. We say to girls- “curl up into morph ball form to reach previously inaccessible areas through the use of tunnels, and detonate power bombs to kill attached metroids”
Would anyone be interested in a request stream on Saturday? I was thinking I’d just take sketch requests from anyone who shows up, first come first served. I need the practice.
I’ll also use Livestream this time since join.me was giving people issues.
So. Yeah. Let me know? If there’s a specific time that works best for you, tell me that as well.
Saturday? Sure sure, sounds great~! Time? mnnnhhh more toward the evening like 4-6 or in the morning 10-12 would fit into my schedule. :P
Thanks for letting me know!
Something came up on Saturday for me, and I’m not sure how long it’ll take or what kind of mental state I’ll be in when I get home (it involves learning/observing the sales side of a business and lots and lots of unfamiliar wealthy people… ahahaha…) so this may or may not actually happen, but I’ll try and let people know either way.
“So why do people who work always end up being the bad guy? I mean, it’s the person who never works who’s the jerk. In your own life, there’s always one lazy dope who lives off everyone else. We see this person as a loser. And the person who brings home the bread is, well, the breadwinner. That’s how life works. It’s in our DNA to despise dirtbags who wants to get over on the rest of us. It goes all the way back. But out of some sense of liberal guilt, the media, and the entertainment industry, in particular, have reversed the belief. They romanticize the shiftless and demonize the wealthy and industrious. If you look at most movies these days, the villains don’t wear black hats- they carry BlackBerrys. A briefcase in a movie is short for ‘soulless corporate ghoul.’”—Greg Gutfeld, The Joy of Hate (via naughtyconservative)
“The more the government acts to suppress a market with more police, severe penalties and new tactics the higher they drive up prices and the more incentive black marketeers have to invest in ways of protecting themselves against detection, arrest and penalties. One of the primary ways of doing this is to increase the potency of the product or to switch to higher potency products. It’s more bang for the buck. Instead of smuggling wine, a truckload of 10% alcohol, why not smuggle a vanload of whiskey that is 90% alcohol? Why try to bring weak potency marijuana into the country when you can smuggle marijuana that is 5 or 10 times more potent, or why not switch to cocaine and heroin smuggling where a million doses can be smuggled in a single suitcase? Marijuana is not a true gateway drug that leads people to heroin. Stricter prohibition leads black markets from weak marijuana to heroin.
My students are often skeptical of this analysis. Perhaps drug dealers are not smart enough to figure this out, they think. Then I ask them about what happens at an Auburn University football game. “If you went tailgating before the game, what alcoholic drink would you most likely see people drinking?” The answer is nearly unanimous – beer. Then I ask them, “Once you get into the stadium (where alcohol is prohibited) what type of alcohol are you most likely going to see consumed?” The students’ eyes bug out and I have seen a jaw or two actually drop because they know the answer is some type of high potency liquor. …
With prohibition, the more the government tries to enforce it, the higher the price and the more effort that will be exerted to overcome the prohibition, whether that is higher potency, more dangerous concentrated drugs, larger bribes, more powerful guns …”—Mark Thornton (via laliberty)